Issues in Gay Life

The first public high school for gay students opens this fall in New York City. Bravo is set to debut a new gay reality TV show. And in two different public opinion polls, support for same-sex marriage goes up... and down. Join host Neal Conan to discuss the legal and cultural indicators on gay rights.

Guests:

Eric Marcus
*Author of several books on same-sex issues, including Making Gay History: The Half Century Fight for Lesbian and Gay Equal Rights (HarperPerennial, paperback, 2002)
*Co-wrote Breaking The Surface: The Autobiography of Greg Louganis (Plume/Penguin, 1996)

Anthony Pare
*Chair of department of Integrated Studies in the School of Education, McGill University

Diane Werts
*Reviewer and Columnist for New York Newsday

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